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|Album by The Beastie Boys|
|Released||July 25, 1989|
|Recorded||? - ?|
|Genre||Old school rap|
|Length||53 min 3 s|
|Producer||Mario Caldato, Jr.|
|Allmusic.com||5 stars out of 5||link|
|Rolling Stone||4 stars out of 5||link|
|The Beastie Boys chronology|
|Licensed to Ill|
|Check Your Head|
Paul's Boutique is an album by American hip hop group the Beastie Boys, released on July 25, 1989 (see 1989 in music). Though the Beastie Boys' first album, Licensed to Ill, had been enormously popular and received generally positive reviews among both mainstream and hip hop critics, Paul's Boutique quickly became known as their artistic breakthrough. Highly varied lyrically and sonically, the album did not sell as well as Licensed to Ill, but managed to secure The Beastie Boys' place as critical favorites in the still-dormant field of popular hip hop.
- "To All the Girls"
- "Shake Your Rump"
- "Johnny Ryall"
- "Egg Man"
- "High Plains Drifter"
- "The Sounds of Science"
- "3-Minute Rule"
- "Hey Ladies"
- "5-Piece Chicken Dinner"
- "Looking Down the Barrel of a Gun"
- "Car Thief"
- "What Comes Around"
- "Ask for Janice"
- "B-Boy Bouillabaisse"
- Beastie Boys - Producer
- Allen Abrahamson - Assistant Engineer
- Mario Caldato, Jr. - Producer, Engineer
- Mike Simpson - Ensemble
- The Dust Brothers - Producer
- Matt Dike - Ensemble
- Ricky Powel - Photography
- Jeremy Shatan - Photography
- Nathaniel Hörnblower - Photography
- Dominick Watkins - Photography
- Madlib - Remix Arrangement, Additional Production
Billboard Music Charts (North America) - album
1989 Paul's Boutique The Billboard 200 No. 14 1989 Paul's Boutique Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums No. 24
Billboard (North America) - singles
1989 Hey Ladies The Billboard Hot 100 No. 36 1989 Hey Ladies Hot Rap Singles No. 10 1989 Hey Ladies Modern Rock Tracks No. 18
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